WASH( Water, Sanitation and Hygiene)
WWoH is currently implementing the project, Sustainable Accessibility to Safe Water, Enhanced WASH Practices and Strengthening Livelihoods of Youth and Women in Duk County, Jonglei State, which is funded by the Government of Japan through the Embassy of Japan in South Sudan under the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP). The intervention addresses the urgent WASH needs of vulnerable households and IDPs in terms of water, sanitation, hygiene, and livelihood development in Duk County of Jonglei State through the construction of the Solar Powered Water Supply System and Micro Irrigation Scheme at the community level to improve management and access to portable clean water for human consumption as well as strengthen productive skills among the youth and women by initiating farm-based income generating activities. The main purpose of this project is to strengthen accessibility to safe water and improve standards of livelihoods of the vulnerable households of Duk County in Jonglei State through the provision of improved WASH facilities and services, and imparting appropriate agricultural skills for increased production, productivity and incomes.
To promote peace and stability in South Sudan by empowering impoverished and conflict-affected communities through provision of opportunities for all-inclusive and sustainable